75mm Uncooled Thermal Camera

Thermal cameras let you see further than any other night vision technology, using radiated heat rather than reflected light to see objects. Humans, animals, and vehicles are typically warmer in contrast to most backgrounds, making trespassers hiding in shadows or bushes easy to spot. Thermal images are also unaffected by bright light and have the ability to see through atmospheric obstructions such as smoke, dust, and light fog. This makes it an ideal technology for many applications, including surveillance and security, search and rescue, fire, marine and land navigation, wide area situational assessment and much more.

Uncooled VOx Thermal Imager

Infiniti’s LWIR cameras use a cutting-edge 12μm VOx uncooled sensor, giving the camera a narrower field of view without changing the lens. The smaller 12μm pixel pitch achieves a 40% further range than 17μm sensors or 200% further range than older 25μm sensors. The high-sensitivity sensor detects differences in temperature as small as ±0.02°C, and its no‑maintenance VOx design, unlike other thermal cores, is self-healing and resistant to solar damage.

Motorized or Athermalized Focus Germanium Lens

The VOx core is paired with a precision-engineered 75mm germanium lens to provide a 5.86° horizontal field of view (when paired with the 640×512 sensor). This lens features an extra large aperture of up to f/1.0 compared to the standard f/1.5–f/1.6 which allows over twice as much heat to reach the sensor. This results in higher sensitivity, sharper images, and longer range making it the most cost-effective long-range imaging solution.

PPM @ 1km
DRI Detection*
Pixel Pitch
Horizontal FOV

DRI Ratings

Detection, Recognition and Identification ratings for thermal cameras (based on the Johnson Criteria) are common in the industry, however they can be misleading to the average end user. We list these ratings to provide a comparison point to the industry however we strongly recommend education on the topic if you’re buying a camera based on its detection rating.

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Image Sensor Uncooled Vanadium Oxide (VOx) Microbolometer, 30Hz
Thermal Sensitivity 20–30mK
Wavelength 7,000–14,000nm
Cooler Lifetime No cooler required
Pixel Pitch 12μm
Resolution 640×512, 384×288 or 1280×1024 pixels
Lens 75mm
Aperture f/1.0 or f/1.2
Focus Motorized Focus (f/1.2) or Athermalized Focus (f/1.0)
384×288 Field of View 3.52° HFOV (1.76° with 2X Digital Zoom)
640×512 Field of View 5.86° HFOV (1.46° with 4X Digital Zoom)
1280×1024 Field of View 11.7° HFOV (1.46° with 8X Digital Zoom)
Digital Zoom 1–8X Digital Zoom (16X optional)
Image Display Modes White Hot, other color palettes available upon request
Video Output CVBS NTSC or PAL analog / BT656 / BT1120 (USB-C available in some configurations)
Control Interface Serial RS232 (USB-C control available in some configurations)
Dimensions 110mm × 110mm × 121mm (without enclosure)



600g (approx, without enclosure)